SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Plastic bags will continue to be an option at California supermarkets following the failure Tuesday by the California Senate to pass a bill that would have prohibited distribution of single-use plastic bags — although approximately 75 cities around the state are considering similar legislation at the local level. Assembly Bill 1998, which evolved from a compromise between business and the environmental community, would have created a statewide standard prohibiting ...

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